World Congress 2020


FRIDAY, 18th SEPTEMBER 2020


Neuropelveology


– What have we done so far?
– What can we expect of the future?
Keynote lecture – Marc Possover

Diagnosis of Pudendal Neuralgia and Other Pelvic Nerve Entrapments

• Most Frequent Entrapments and Clinical Presentation
• Neuropathic Pain versus Central Sensitization
• MRI Neurography and Tractography
• The Role of Diagnostic Blocs
• Q&A

Treatment of Pudendal Neuralgia and Other Pelvic Nerve Entrapments

• The Laparoscopic Approach
• The Transgluteal Approach
• The Perineal Approach
• Conservative Management
• Q&A

What can Neuropelveology add to Endometriosis Care?

• Endometriosis and Visceral Sensitization
• Differentiating Central and Lateral Disease
• Principles of Nerve-Sparing Surgery: Direct Visualization vs. Non-Touch Technique
• Mechanisms of Nerve Damage in Endometriosis: Entrapment vs. Infiltration
• Q&A

Neuromodulation for Pelvic Pain and Dysfunction

• Neuromodulation for Urinary Retention after Radical Pelvic Surgery
• Overactive Bladder: Choosing the Right Target
• Initial Results and Perspectives of Stimulation of the Genital Nerves
• Neuromodulation for Pelvic Pain: Choosing the Right Target
• Neuromodulation Options for Pudendal Neuralgia and Post Decompression Pain
• Q&A

SATURDAY, 19th SEPTEMBER 2020


Live Surgery


The Possover Procedure
-Marc Possover, Uffe Schou

• New Technologies for Improving Mobility in Spinal Cord Injury
• Perioperative Strategy for Patients Submitted to the Possover Procedure
• Exoskeletons and Parawalkers
• Spinal Cord Stimulation
• Stem Cells
• Q&A

THE PRESENT AND FUTURE OF NEUROPELVEOLOGY

• Danish Results with the Possover Procedure
• Brazilian Results with the Possover Procedure
• Swiss Results with the Possover Procedure
• Q&A